Jessa Seewald Uses Three-Year-Old Ivy To Make A Quick Buck?

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Is Jessa Seewald using her three-year-old daughter Ivy to make a quick buck? It looks that way, and fans believe the Duggar daughter is exploiting her children as well. Scroll down to see how the little girl helped her mom shill products on social media. 

If you follow Jessa and her sisters on social media, you may have realized that they post a lot of ads. The women work with companies and promote different products to their large number of followers. By doing this, they can make a decent amount of money. 

Sometimes, Jessa Seewald includes her kids in her ads because many of the products she promotes are geared toward her family. As we previously reported, Jessa once used her son Spurgeon’s medical situation to promote a healthcare company. This rubbed some fans the wrong way. Now, she’s back with another promotional post and put her three-year-old daughter to work. 

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Jessa Seewald uses Ivy to make a quick buck? 

On her Instagram Stories on Friday, Jessa shared a few clips of herself and Ivy showing off a couple of children’s skincare products. The mother of four explained that Ivy had some dry patches on her face, so they used this two-step process to improve it. 

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Ivy was very chatty during the ad and told her mom which of the two products she preferred. She pointed to her face and said, “My cheeks are a little ouchie.” The three-year-old was also happy to report that these products make her skin “so smooth.” It looked like she loved being in front of the camera. 

You can watch the video below. Jessa Seewald also shared the company’s website, so she might be making money when her followers use her link.

On Reddit, Duggar fans and critics discussed Jessa’s upbringing on TV and compared it to what she’s doing with Ivy now. Some fans weren’t so happy to see that she’s exploiting her child or using her adorable face and voice to sell products. Someone said, ” I’m not at all surprised if Jessa uses her kids to grift and sell stuff.” 

Another Reddit user added, “She had ivy say some of the script which was abhorrent to me.”

But it doesn’t look like Jessa Seewald will be backing down any time soon. Earlier this week, she shared a video sponsored by Walmart and involved her whole family in showing off the store’s holiday items. 

So, do you think that Jessa Seewald was trying to use Ivy’s cuteness to make a quick buck? Do you think she’s exploiting her kids online? Share your thoughts in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for more Duggar news. 

Aubrey Chorpenning

One Comment

  1. I’m not sure why this is a big deal? It’s no different than the professional commercials on tv. Kids are used in those.
    Kids get dry skin, eczema, and other skin problems too.
    My daughter has extremely dry skin and eczema. I’ve tried a lot of products before we finally found things that worked.
    Seriously, there’s way bigger problems. This is not a problem. Far from it.

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